Combining new techniques with existing treatments could, potentially, rid the virus from the body.
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A young inventor is working on a consumer device that can analyze food, prescription drugs, and more.
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72% exceeded European safety levels, and 47% contained “highly” or “extremely” hazardous pesticides.
It was first discovered in Japan in the 1990s, and can be triggered by a severe emotional/psychological shock.
The GOP federal government shutdown caused a crucial loss of “time” for a variety of scientific research.
There’s a new medical mystery that reminds medical researchers of the early days of AIDS: brain-eating amoeba.